two questions: partitioning and Wifi
OK, so I'll start by saying a am a very new user. I've been trying to learn more about linux from various forums and books but have a couple of questions.
1) I have used the knoppix cd and have played around a bit on my laptop and all seems well. However, it would be nice to run LINUX faster (and possibly try another Distro). I want to partition my hard drive but do not have the installation disk for windows (it came pre-installed) and when I defrag the report still show a few unmovable files towards the 'empty' end of my hardrive and I'm worried about losing them if I partition. Any suggestions?
2) Kind of leading on from the first question, I also usually use wireless access to the Internet and from what I have read wifi isn't well supported by linux. Suse seemed to be the only suggestion I have seen and this would require partitioning - see question! Are there any alternatives?
Thanks in advance,